• Prince Harry's Ex Cressida Bonas Had One Small Royal Wedding Concern

    At Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's nuptials last weekend, viewers spotted two

  • Jared Kushner Laughed as Trump Used Made Up Hispanic Names to Discuss Immigrants Committing Rape, Murder: Report

    President Donald Trump used made up Hispanic names as he predicted that his supporters would react with delight if he threw criminal immigrants out of the United States in a manner to match his rhetoric on the campaign trail, according to a Washington Post report Thursday. Also in attendance were the president’s son-in-law, and senior adviser, Jared Kushner, as well as senior policy adviser Stephen Miller. A senior White House official responded to The Post that, while the president did discuss the “crowd enthusiasm for crackdowns on criminal aliens,” he did not use Hispanic names.

  • Texas school shooting victim family sues attacker's parents

    The family of one of the students killed in a Texas high school shooting filed a lawsuit against the alleged gunman's parents, claiming the shooter's father didn't properly secure the weapons and were negligent in entrusting him with firearms. Authorities charged Dimitrios Pagourtzis, a 17-year-old student Santa Fe High School, with capital murder in the May 18 attack that killed eight students and two substitute teachers. Texas law states that guns can't be made accessible to children under 17, with exceptions such as hunting or when under parent supervision.

  • One of Kate Middleton's favourite designers accuses Meghan Markle of copying her work

    British designer, Emilia Wickstead thinks Meghan Markle's wedding dress looks identical to her work.

  • Former Brazilian soccer star Ronaldinho denies he will marry two women at the same time

    Ronaldinho retired from soccer in January, but marrying two women at the same time will probably keep him pretty busy.

  • Ontario's Kathleen Wynne says she's not giving up despite poor showing in polls

    Facing a barrage of poor polling numbers for her Ontario Liberals, a subdued Kathleen Wynne said on Friday she would keep doing what she can to push her party's accomplishments in government. Recent surveys suggest Wynne's Liberals trail both the Progressive Conservatives under Doug Ford and a surging New Democratic Party under Andrea Horwath, who polls now suggest has jumped into the top spot in voter preferences ahead of the province's June 7th election. Absolutely not," Wynne said at a campaign stop on Toronto's waterfront.

  • Iran Tells U.S.: We Were Invited to Iraq and Syria, What About You?

    A top Iranian Revolutionary Guards official responded to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's recent policy speech targeting Iran's presence in Iraq and Syria, arguing it was the U.S. that was unwelcome. Brigadier General Yadollah Javani, the lieutenant commander for the elite force's political affairs wing, said that Pompeo's remarks "indicate that he has been sleeping over the past 40 years and is unaware of what has happened during these years in the world and the region." The newly appointed top U.S. diplomat devoted his first major foreign policy speech on Monday to condemning the Shiite Muslim revolutionary government that has led Iran since toppling a pro-West monarchy in 1979 and has expanded the country's foothold in the region.